Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper: Edited from the Original… - pp. 124- 143 Summary & Analysis

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pp. 124- 143 Summary and Analysis

The men spend some time wandering in the snow, but are still able to light fires and kill animals to eat. On the 18th of November they reach Ft. William. Mr. Fontanelle gives Russell and his companions, ratty buffalo robes though he has 500 new ones for sale in the warehouse, causing much resentment. A Sioux Indian comes to speak with Russell at the Fort, dressed in white-man type clothing. The Indian, using a type of sign language that Russell knows, finds out about how Russell's goods were stolen by Crow Indians. Soon after on November 18th a trapper named Thomas Biggs comes to visit Russell and knows all about what happened with the Crow Indians and Russell. Mr. Biggs takes Russell and Allen with him to his camp a few miles a way. Then on the Powder River, Fontanelle...

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